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  • James H. McBride Arboretum

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    Hibiscus flowers grace our garden summer long.

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    If the spirit moves you, dance like a butterfly.

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    A new generation of monarchs emerges here.

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    Water attracts all manner of fauna to our garden.
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    Stopping by for a drink on a warm summer day.
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    Shasta daisies attract butterflies too.
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    Mr. Hummer sips from the buddeleia,the butterfly bush.
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    Mr. Fox snake bellies up to the stream for a drink.
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    Put to bed for the winter, the butterfly garden awaits spring for a new season of joy for all who would stop by.
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